The easiest way to download eBooks has arrived at Livingston Parish Library! All you need is your library card number, your device of choice and an internet connection. Once you’ve downloaded the app and signed in with your library card, you are ready to browse, checkout and download thousands of titles.
With it’s easy to use interface, simple design and large selection of material Cloud Library is sure to make eBooks as easy as: Browse. Borrow. Repeat.
The Livingston Parish Library also offers OneClickdigital, service that allows you to download audiobooks for free from a vast collection. OneClickdigital is supported by Recorded Books, the world’s largest independent publisher and distributor of unabridged audiobooks on cassettes, CDs, and for download. With so many fiction and nonfiction titles available, there is sure to be something for everyone!
To use OneClickdigital, you will need to install OneClickdigital Media Manager. This free software is compatible with Windows, Mac, and any iPod or other Apple device. OneClickdigital is free with your library card and can be accessed from any computer.
AudioBookCloud is an online streaming audiobook collection that contains over 1,000 popular titles for all ages. There are no check-outs, holds, nor returns, and multiple users can listen to the same title at any given time.
EBSCOHost offers access to over 1,600 eBooks and thousands of eAudiobooks. Patrons with a valid library card can sign-up online. Once registered, patrons can access the catalog of eBooks from their home Internet connection 24 hours, 7 days a week! Enjoy the convenience of accessing a wide variety of digital books anytime, anyplace! For more information, please contact your local branch.
Did you know that you can also read these books online or on your computer? Please see below for viewing requirements.
- To visit the EBSCOHost eBook collection, click here.
- To visit the EBSCOHost eAudiobook collection, click here.
LibriVox is a collection of public domain audiobooks and chapters that have been recorded by volunteers and released back onto the Internet. These recordings are all in the public domain, so they are free to listen to and use.